Amanda Serrano Record & Stats

Amanda Serrano Record & Stats

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13 years and 6 months into her professional boxing career, Amanda Serrano has fought 46 times with 43 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw. As of February 2023, Serrano's boxing record stands at 43-2-1 (30 KO wins).

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Puerto Rican nationality
Carolina, Puerto Rico
“The Real Deal”
Born
Oct 9, 1988
Age
34
Debut
Mar 20, 2009
Record
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Southpaw
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Amanda Serrano's record and stats
Amanda Serrano's Record

      Amanda Serrano (The Real Deal) is a Puerto Rican professional boxer. She was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico on October 9, 1988. Serrano made her professional boxing debut at the age of 20 on March 20, 2009. She is a 7-weight-class world champion. Serrano is 34 years old, she will turn 35 in 8 months and 8 days.

      Boxing Record

      Total Fights46
      Wins43
      Losses2
      Draws1
      No-Contests0
      KO Wins30
      Total Title Wins9
      Title Defenses6
      Title-Fight KO Wins9
      Losses via KO0
      #DateAgeOpponentResultVia
      47Feb 4, 202334 Erika Cruz NANA
      46Sep 24, 202233 Sarah Mahfoud WinUD
      45Apr 30, 202233 Katie Taylor LossSD
      44Dec 18, 202133 Miriam GutiérrezWinUD
      43Aug 29, 202132 Yamileth Mercado WinUD
      42Mar 25, 202132 Daniela Romina Bermúdez WinKO9
      41Dec 16, 202032Dahiana SantanaWinTKO1
      40Jan 30, 202031Simone Da SilvaWinTKO3
      39Sep 13, 201930 Heather Hardy WinUD
      38Jan 18, 201930Eva Voraberger WinTKO1
      37Sep 8, 201829Yamila Esther Reynoso WinUD
      36Nov 4, 201729Marilyn HernandezWinTKO1
      35Jul 21, 201728Edina Kiss WinTKO3
      34Apr 22, 201728Dahiana Santana WinTKO8
      33Jan 14, 201728Yazmín Rivas WinUD
      32Oct 18, 201628Alexandra Lazar WinTKO5
      31Jul 30, 201627Calixta Silgado WinTKO1
      30Apr 22, 201627Edina KissWinTKO4
      29Feb 17, 201627Olivia Gerula WinTKO1
      28Nov 20, 201527Djemilla GontarukWinTKO3
      27Sep 10, 201526Fatuma ZarikaWinUD
      26May 29, 201526Fatuma ZarikaWinUD
      25Feb 21, 201526Marisol ReyesWinTKO3
      24Nov 13, 201426Carla TorresWinTKO1
      23Aug 15, 201425Maria Elena Maderna WinKO6
      22Sep 29, 201324Diana GarciaWinTKO1
      21Sep 21, 201324Kerri HillWinTKO2
      20Jun 29, 201324Dominga OlivoWinTKO3
      19Feb 16, 201324Wanda Pena OzunaWinTKO1
      18Dec 15, 201224Lina TejadaWinTKO1
      17Sep 16, 201223Grecia NovaWinTKO1
      16Apr 27, 201223 Frida Wallberg LossUD
      15Feb 17, 201223Ela NunezWinUD
      14Nov 18, 201123Grecia NovaWinTKO5
      13Sep 10, 201122Kimberly Connor WinTKO2
      12Aug 6, 201122Diana GarciaWinTKO1
      11Jun 11, 201122Jennifer ScottWinTKO1
      10Apr 22, 201122Ela NunezWinTKO4
      9Jan 29, 201122Ela NunezWinUD
      8Sep 18, 201021Jennifer EncarnacionWinRTD4
      7Jun 4, 201021Nydia FelicianoWinUD
      6Feb 26, 201021Lucia LarcineseWinUD
      5Nov 20, 200921Ela NunezDrawSD
      4Jul 31, 200920Christina RuizWinTKO2
      3Jun 29, 200920Carolina MartinezWinTKO1
      2May 9, 200920Brittany CruzWinKO1
      1Mar 20, 200920Jackie TrivilinoWinMD

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      Statistics

      Amanda Serrano is 166 cm tall (5' 5.35") with a reach of 166 cm (5' 5.35"). She fights out of the southpaw stance and presents an ape-index of 0. Serrano has a 65.2% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Amanda Serrano made her debut against Jackie Trivilino at the age of 20 on March 20, 2009, defeating Trivilino via 4 round majority decision. She went on to win 3 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 3 wins via stoppage.

      Serrano had her first world title fight at the age of 22 on September 10, 2011 after 12 professional fights, against Kimberly Connor for the super-featherweight IBF (vacant) title. She defeated Connor via 2nd round TKO to become the super-featherweight champion of the world.

      She is a one-time unified featherweight world champion, and has won nine world titles at 7 weight classes. She was elevated as world champion once. For all the details about Serrano's world title wins and defenses refer to "Amanda Serrano World Titles".

      Some of Serrano's best fights and notable victories include wins over Daniela Romina Bermúdez, Heather Hardy, Edina Kiss, Calixta Silgado, Yamileth Mercado, Dahiana Santana, and Sarah Mahfoud.

      Amanda Serrano has had a total of two losses in her professional boxing career so far — both of them in title bouts. She suffered her first loss against Frida Wallberg via 10 round unanimous decision on April 27, 2012, which ended her 14-fight win streak. She has never been stopped, both her losses came via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Amanda Serrano's losses".

      Her most recent fight was a featherweight title unification bout against Danish boxer Sarah Mahfoud on September 24, 2022. Serrano won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision — defending her WBC and WBO titles and winning the IBF title. It's been 4 months and 8 days since this fight.

      Serrano's professional boxing record is currently at 43-2-1, which includes 30 knockout wins, and 9 title wins. She is on a one-fight winning streak, and is scheduled to face Mexican boxer Erika Cruz on February 4, 2023.

      Career Highlights

      Amanda Serrano has fought a total of 46 times till today. She has put on some great performances in these fights. These seven fights are the highlight of her career.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Kimberly Connor

        A 22-year old Amanda Serrano (11-0-1, 7 KO) had her first world title fight against Kimberly Connor for the vacant IBF super-featherweight belt.

        Serrano defeated Connor via 2nd round TKO to win the vacant IBF super-featherweight title.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Calixta Silgado

        A 27-year old Amanda Serrano (28-1-1, 21 KO) faced Calixta Silgado in a featherweight title defense fight.

        Serrano defeated Silgado via 1st round TKO to retain the WBO featherweight title.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Edina Kiss

        In a rematch, a 28-year old Amanda Serrano (32-1-1, 24 KO) faced Edina Kiss in a super-bantamweight title defense fight.

        Serrano defeated Kiss via 3rd round TKO to retain the WBO super-bantamweight title.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Heather Hardy

        A 30-year old Amanda Serrano (36-1-1, 27 KO) faced an undefeated Heather Hardy, who was 37 years old with a record of 22-0. Hardy was on a 22-fight win streak with 4 KO wins. Serrano was the taller of the two by 1 cm and also had a 3 cm reach advantage.

        Serrano defeated Hardy via 10 round unanimous decision to win the WBO featherweight title. She handed Hardy the first loss of her career, and put an end to Hardy's 22-fight win streak.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Daniela Romina Bermúdez

        A 32-year old Amanda Serrano (39-1-1, 29 KO) faced Daniela Romina Bermúdez, who was 31 years old with a record of 29-3-3 in a featherweight title defense fight. Bermúdez was on a eight-fight win streak with 10 KO wins. Serrano was the taller of the two by 1 cm but Bermúdez had a 4 cm reach advantage over Serrano.

        Serrano defeated Bermúdez via 9th round KO to retain the WBC and WBO featherweight titles.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Yamileth Mercado

        A 32-year old Amanda Serrano (40-1-1, 30 KO) faced Yamileth Mercado, who was 23 years old with a record of 18-2 in a featherweight title defense fight. Mercado was on a six-fight win streak with 5 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 1 cm and also had a 1 cm reach advantage over Serrano.

        Serrano defeated Mercado via 10 round unanimous decision to retain the WBC and WBO featherweight titles.

      • Amanda Serrano vs. Katie Taylor

        A 33-year old Amanda Serrano (42-1-1, 30 KO) faced an undefeated Katie Taylor, who was 35 years old with a record of 20-0 in a undisputed lightweight championship bout. Taylor was on a 20-fight win streak with 6 KO wins. Serrano was the taller of the two by 1 cm and also had a 1 cm reach advantage.

        Taylor defeated Serrano via 10 round split-decision.

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